Combat Screen LayoutПравить
- Upper Screen - Character turn order
- Blue background - Ally
- Red background - Enemy
- Gray vertical bar - End of Round
- Lower Screen (Left to right)
|Файл:Agent Weapon Slot.png||Agent's Gear|
|Use one of the 4 Slots to perform action.|
|Recharge||Recharges 40% of total stamina. Consumes a turn.|
|Файл:Agent Inventory.png||Supplies||Use one of the available supplies. Consumes a turn.|
|Файл:Agent Distress Call.png||Distress Calls||Call a friend to assist. Can only be used once per battle. Doesn't consume a turn.|
|Файл:Combat Store.png||Combat Store||Use Elite supplies at the cost of Gold.|
Player Versus EnemyПравить
The player is represented by the Agent in the game. Two Heroes join the Agent in a Team, which fights against opposing forces in the combat screen. The opposing forces may contain up to three generic Enemies and/or Villains. Combat may involve several waves of enemies.
Each character takes a turn to perform an action. This may involve the use of skills, weapons, or supplies. Some characters may perform actions have have Buffs that allow them to have an extra turn. A character is Knocked Out when their health falls to zero.
A Distress Call may be activated without using a turn.
The Agent enables the use of Supplies during combat by any member of the team. If the Agent is knocked out, the rest of the team will no longer have access to supplies.
Player Versus PlayerПравить
- Main article: PVP
PVP combat is currently centered around PVP Tournaments. It is similar to PVE combat, except the opposing force is another player's team.
An Overkill occurs when a character deals damage to an opponent and decreases HP greatly beyond 0. For example, a player dealing 149 damage to an opponent with 100 Health results in an overkill (150 damage would be Massive Overkill and 200 damage an Epic Overkill).
- Overkill - 25% HP below 0
- Massive Overkill - 50% HP below 0
- Epic Overkill - ~95% HP below 0
- Main article: Combat Background